This article is a self-guide that gives everyone especially the newbies or visitors directions within the city it is about Warri Popular Junctions, Bus Stops and Parks.
You will get to know the most popular parks, major bus stops and spots as you transverse the city. Warri city is interconnected and the article tries to capture all the hotspots.
As a tourist, a visitor or you just moved to Warri, this article is just for you because it highlights the most popular Warri Motor parks and Bus Stops which will help you to acclimatize quickly to the city.
Warri is un-arguably one of the most talked-about cities in Nigeria for several reasons. The city is known for entertainment, sports, and great comedy. But this article focuses on the Popular Warri Motor Parks and Bus Stops.
The Effurun Roundabout
Let’s start with the most popular spot that connects the whole city. The Effurun roundabout is situated in the heart of Uvwie local government and these parks connect different parts of the city and outside the state at large.
Standing at The Effurun Roundabout on The Overhead Bridge Facing Refinery Junction
Face Front: The straight road, You have Refinery Junction, Jakpa Junction, Airport Junction, Water Resources Junction, Enerhen Junction, Deco Junction.
Entering the city from the Effurun Sapele road you have a motor park by the right which connects you to Kwale, Ughelli, Ozoro, etc and you have the other axes of the park which connects you to Mami market, Army Barracks, Nigercat Junction, Express Junction by Ekpan, Edjeba, Ogbuwangwe, NPA, Main market, Hausa Quarters, Igbudu market, etc.
Effurun Roundabout right just after the flyover along the Effurun Sapele road.
You find Sapele park, Adedeji park, Elume Park and those villages just before the Amukpe roundabout in Sapele. You will also find other parks going to Edo State, Lagos State, etc.
Refinery junction is a long stretch that connects to Warri Refinery and Petrochemical company. There are some landmark sites along there road, like the end of NNPC House Estate link road, the flyover to Shaguolo down to Ubeji Junction by the left of the Y junction where it connects the Nigeria Gas Company and the Ubeji Road and on the right of the Y junction which is called Jeddo Junction which connects Jeddo, Ughoton, Ugbokodo, Omadino and Obodo communities.
This is a quite busy area because it connects PTI road, Jakpa Road, Ekpan road down to Ekpan Roundabout and Ekpan Express Junction, Effurun Sapele road down to Refinery Junction and Effrurun Roundabout and Warri Sapele road down to Enerhen Junction.
This is one of the busiest junctions in the city because of the several motor parks and bus stops in this area. Enerhen junction connects to many parts of the city.
Enerhen Junction: Deco road, Hausa Quarters, Effurun Sapele Road, Airport Junction, Effurun Roundabout, Udu, Ovwian, Abala Street, etc. And you will also find popular motor parks that that take you outside the state, like Bob Izua Motors, Osariemen Motors, Ameosa, Faith Motors, Delta Line, etc.
Udu Express Junction
The Udu area wasn’t part of the main Warri hub but because of the development and expansion of houses and businesses, the Udu area can now be called Warri. There are some popular Warri motor parks and bus stops along the Udu Express junction.
Udu Express Junction: Orhuwhorun junction, Udu bridge, Mofor junction, DSC, DSC roundabout, Ujevwu, Udu, Aduvie Park, Otokutu junction, Ovwian Express, Mofor Junction, etc.
The Warri Garage
The Warri Garage is as old as the city and it is referred to as the old Warri. The Warri Garage connects several streets and areas because it used to be an industrialized area during the era of the oil boom.
From Warri Garage you will connect to Ibo market, Cemetery Road, Warri stadium and lower Erejuwa, Omenta, Bazunu road, omenta, etc